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  1. First post and just joined so go easy on me. I've got a £250 John Lewis voucher sitting here. Would I be better off buying a Duo Temp Pro and separate grinder (Sage Smart Grinder Pro or better) or buying the Barista Express? From reading online it seems having a separate grinder is better and have read some reports of the integrated grinder not being that great and performing a bit under par after a year or so. I am not an expert by any means but have been using the AeroPress for two years now and am constantly learning things from watching a channel called Seattle Coffee Gear on YouTube. I know about pre-infusion, portafilters, pressurised and non-pressurised baskets and I feel ready to try a machine and learn more. The voucher won't cover all of it either way so: The Duo Temp Pro (£199) + Smart Grinder Pro (£144) will cost me £343.00 The Barista Express would cost me £399.00 Bambino is sold out at John Lewis as VERY popular but they are back in stock on 13th. Should I wait for this? The difference in cost is not an issue and countertop space isn't either! I know someone asked this very same question at the end of 2018, just wanting a fresh opinion! Thank you in advance
  2. Firstly sorry for long first post, I've been researching through this forum for a while now and have picked up lots of handy advice, however I wanted to check I've understood correctly and also gauge some opinions based on current pricing. Originally I was looking to pick up BE from Amazon for £390 which seemed like a good place to start upgrading from a Nespresso machine. Well reviewed and seemed good value for money compared to the BP and Touch. Now Costco is offering the BP for £449 which offers the Thermojet faster heating, a more powerful steam wand, more steps on the grinder, and subjectively a nicer overall package. Seems to be worth the current price difference and backed up by the recent thread on here comparing the BP to BE. I've seen people recommend a separate grinder and espresso machine to make it potentially easier/cheaper to upgrade in the future, so I also had a quick look at the SGP paired with Bambino. Through Curry's and Costco the total cost is £315 (£115 & £199). While I personally think the BE & BP look better than the Bambino and STP combined, I'm now thinking this may be the better option. Apart from the cheaper cost and ability to upgrade the grinder in a few years, it seems the Bambino has: The Thermojet heating from the BP. Now offers a non-pressurised basket which seemed previously like a deal-breaker to me. Has the steam wand with auto-milk texturizing from the Touch with the option to use manually if wanted. In fact apart from the cheaper Portafilter (I'm not sure what it is now shipping with since adding the unpressured basket), and with people saying the grinders are all basically the same, I'm struggling to see a technical reason to pick the BE, BP or Touch over the Bambino plus SGP!?!? What have I missed ?
  3. As a relative newbie I recently purchased the Barista Express and Barista Pro from Costco for £365 and £450 respectively. I will only keep one machine however I do have a dilemma in choosing between the two. I did a quick comparison extracting espresso on both machines: Rave signature beans (medium/dark) roasted on 27 Dec. Tested on 3 Jan. Manual shot with 8s pre-infusion. Barista Pro (upper burr at setting 5) Grind setting 6, Dose - 19g, Yield - no extraction (grind too fine), Time –N/A Grind setting 8, Dose – 19.1g, Yield – 42g, Time – 35s Grind setting 9, Dose – 19.1g, Yield – 43g, Time – 28s Barista Express (upper burr at setting 3) Grind setting 5, Dose – 19g, Yield – 40g, Time – 33s Grind setting 6, Dose – 19g, Yield – no extraction (grind too coarse for 19g dose), Time – N/A Grind setting 6, Dose – 17.9g, Yield – 41g, Time – 29s There is more adjustment available on the Pro grinder (30 steps vs. 18) and more reliance on changing dose on the Express in order to fine tune the extraction. The technical team at Sage did however confirm that the lowest and highest grind settings on the Express and Pro are the same, only the Pro has more steps in-between. The Pro starts up in 3 seconds vs. approx 30 seconds on the Express and is also quieter in use. The built in timer on the LCD screen is useful. I did however find the portafilter included with the Pro is a much tighter fit. I don’t find the omission of the pressure gauge on the Pro to be an issue – it was initially useful on the Express to indicate the lowest grind setting was not fine enough (upper burr adjustment required). However when brewing it can be misleading if anything, especially if used in conjunction with the guidance provided in the Sage manual. Stretching milk was an interesting experience. The wand on the Express has a single hole tip and can consistently produce textured milk for latte art, which takes around 1 min for a 240ml latte. The Pro has a 4 hole tip which I found difficult to use to begin with. I can’t use the same technique as I do with the Express and I believe the wand needs to be kept more vertical instead of at an angle. If you get the orientation right and with some practice (I hope), I believe the extra power will produce a better microfoam. It takes approx 45s for a 240ml latte (haven’t timed yet). Does anyone have experience texturing milk on the Pro? I’m leaning towards keeping the Pro especially with a price difference of £85. The steps on the Express grinder are much too far apart. As beans age, I feel like the integrated grinder will dictate what extraction you have to make do with as opposed to offering finer control to the user. The Pro may reduce a need to purchase a separate grinder in the near future. Interested to hear people’s thoughts.
  4. I need help - ever since getting a new rubber cleaning disc from Sage the "clean me" function doesn't seem to work. Formally, large amounts of "soapy" water would collect in a bowl but now barely a few drops of brown liquid. Could it be a faulty disc - I've tried two already - or something else? Please help
  5. Hi all I’m new to the forum so I hope I have posted this to the correct section. I own a sage barista express, and have been looking at getting a 54mm portafilter machined out to a bottomless one as I cannot seem to find a uk supplier for a bottomless type. I have order a new portafilter direct from sage and have dropped it off to a local machinist who I used to work with and he is machining this one out for free as a tester, is there any more interest in these? I will upload pictures once I get it back. If there is any interest please let me know so I can try and get a cheaper price for the portafilter from sage for buying multiples and get a price for machining them and costs for postage. thanks Jed
  6. Hi all, I'm new to the forum and would like some honest advice from those who have struggled with upgraditis and who have any tips to cure it in this particular case. I've had a Sage Barista Express now for two years and although I've loved it, I feel I could be getting more out of my coffee. What's funny is, that the Barista Express is currently out of action at the moment as I'm waiting on a new group head gasket... So it seems as though £3.65 could turn into £2k... I have 2, maybe 3 coffees a day, mostly flat whites, occasional double espresso. I'm really interested in the Lelit machines in which I managed to narrow my upgraditis to the MaraX (happy to wait until it comes out) and the Bianca. I know their both very different machines, but I'm looking for some honest feedback based on what my thoughts are below. Thoughts on the MaraX: - Like the fact it doesn't require flushing (or very little flushing) especially for a HX. - Like the quicker warm up time. - Like the fact it's so compact. - Not keen on the fact that it's not in a polished stainless finish. (Would probably change the plastic parts to the wooden alternative as a personal preference too). - Not keen on the fact it hasn't got the handy little automatic shot timer. Thoughts on the Bianca: - Like the fact it doesn't require flushing (or very little flushing). - Like the polished stainless look. - Like the wooden feet, as it will match with the Niche Zero. - Like the fact it's got the handy little automatic shot timer. - Personally I don't think I'd use the pressure profiling a lot (if at all). - Bit longer on the warm up time. Personally I think what would sway me in complete favour of the MaraX, Is if it had the electronic shot timer built in and it came in a polished stainless. But realistically how important and how picky am I being? Or would you agree? Space wise, smaller is always better (pardon the pun), but in this instance I don't see much of a difference between the two, as I'd just put the water tank on one of the Bianca's sides. The one question I would ask, taking into account my thoughts above on the machines, let's say the MaraX comes in at £1,200 in March, would the extra £650 be worth it to me for the Bianca. Would love to know your thoughts and if anyone else has been in the same predicament?
  7. Sage came along and replaced the grinder. Initially the engineer just changed the bur setting but I just said hang on the problem is that the adjustment was only doing anything over part of it's range. Settings above 8 did move the bur but going finer didn't so he went out and came back with an entire grinder assembly and replaced the lot. Results from the grinder are a little clumpy at settings I tend to use but he reckoned ok for new burs. I'll be putting the old ones in anyway as he left the grinder for me to look at. It looks like grinds have got where they shouldn't some how and the adjustment jammed so some part of the mechanism must be able to slip. It did have a stiff part around a setting of 4 from new. He also mentioned running the grinder when adjusting significantly finer but I have always done that anyway. As the machine hasn't been used for over 12months nothing was drunk but the grinder could be adjusted for the brew pressures I usually use. We both thought that a descale would be a good idea before really using it also a good back flush or 2. So descaled and then had a problem when I removed the shower screen and seal for cleaning. Came out ok etc but the screw now doesn't grip in the hole for it so couldn't fix the screen back in place any more. So decided a diy repair and ordered the part. It's the more expensive shower screen on the Sage web page. I may wish I had bitched at Sage.Why - well
  8. I have a barista express that i use daily and always clean well and keep in good working order. The last week I've been having a perfect 2:1 ratio extraction at 30 seconds and have enjoyed coffee heaven every single morning. Until today. Same warm up time (half an hour), same grind (setting 3), same dose (19g). But when I hit the button today to extract I get drip drip drip. I have no idea why, and it took adjusting the grind setting up 3 notches to get anything close to the proper extraction I was after. Is anyone able to shed any light on why this might be happening?
  9. The manual with the Barista express says a double expresso should have 14g of coffee and will produce 60ml in 20 to 25 seconds. Surely that will be a very weak expresso? What is that, just over 1:4, isn't expresso around 1:2 plus or minus? I use a 17g dose for a single shot getting about 36ml of coffee (I re-programmed it). I don't use the double shot since I can't fit anywhere near 30g of coffee in the double basket if I want the same 1:2 ratio given the approx 60ml yield. I'm new to this so am I missing something? Thanks
  10. Hi, Have been looking at buying an espresso machine and looking for some advice on the best entry level option. Our budget is around £500-£800. Currently we don’t own a machine at all, just use a bialetti moka pot, a milk frothing jug and a we have this Cuisinart grinder: https://www.johnlewis.com/cuisinart-dbm8u-auto-burr-coffee-grinder/p230858168?sku=230858168&s_kwcid=2dx92700044582398773&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIq72R75Dm4gIVmK3tCh28QgyxEAQYASABEgL2hvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Initially we were looking at something like the sage barista express: https://www.johnlewis.com/sage-barista-express-bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-with-milk-jug-stainless-steel/p3495241 but we’ve found quite a few bad reviews of these on amazon and are worried that they may be a pricey ‘style over substance’ option? As well as this the general consensus is that an integrated grinder is a bad idea (if it breaks it can’t be repaired and they don’t tend to be as good as a separate). Or is it the case that this might be fine for our needs and the online reviews/opinions can be taken with a pinch of salt? We aren’t really connoisseurs. One concern we have is the heat-up time on whatever we decide to go for. On weekends especially we tend to drink coffee throughout the day, so waiting 30 mins for a machine to heat up isn’t ideal… Having trawled through some forums the gaggia classic and rancilio silvia seem to be the most mentioned entry level machines for best ‘coffee shop’ results. We’ve been looking around though and have seen a few others that catch our eye (a lot of this is mainly down to aesthetics, as my girlfriend wants one that looks nice on the bench too): https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/ascaso-versatile-dream-pid-polished-wood-5.html https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/ascaso-versatile-dream-pid-polished-wood.html https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/refurbished-traditional-espresso-coffee-machine-lelit-anna-pl41tem/ https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/traditional-coffee-machine-lelit-grace-pl81t/ https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/coffee-machine-lelit-victoria-pl91t/ Does anyone have any experience with the ones above and how they compare with the gaggia classic or rancilio silvia? The ascaso ones in particular look very nice. Finally (and I think I already know what the response will be here) – should we think about getting a new grinder too? And any recommendations on those? Thanks in advance!
  11. I bought my machine a couple of months ago and love it. But the time has come to clean it. I've seen a couple of vids online, so the process itself looks simple enough, but do people recommend only using the Sage tablets? They seem very expensive for the amount you get, and I've seen links to cheaper ones, but if they are worth the extra then I'll pay it if it helps keep the machine working properly. The other problem I have is sourcing the cleaning disc, Sage UK don't have any in stock, and the Breville ones seem massively expensive - especially when postage is added. I don't ever remember seeing one in the boxes, but it's possible I thought it was protective packaging and binned it. It would have been provided, right? Any help on sourcing a disc advice or links about cleaning tablets would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  12. Sirmol

    Bottomless

    Anyone found a good bottomless portafilta for the barista express?
  13. Hello all, Barney here and new to the forum. Been reading things on here for sometime and thought with my new machine I would join up and get involved. I had had my Delonghi Magnifica ESAM 4000.b for sometime. I had taken the thing apart and refurbished the brewing unit a couple of times. I had always felt put off by the access for cleaning of the tamper and grinder. I had seen the sage machines and had been wanting the B.E. for along time. Honestly if I could afford it I'd love the rocket but one must live within there means. I had been using the Lavazza Super crema with the Delonghi but now that I have the new machine I have decided to get some artisan beans and dive into the culture a bit more. I have now had the sage for 2 days and I am super impressed with the steam wand compared to the rubbish that's on the Delonghi. I can actually get textured milk from this. Also it is much nicer to have more control with a portafilter and group head rather than the fully auto brew units on other machines. I really need to work on my tamping as it seems to be the only thing making my pulls slightly inconsistent. The shots have been fine but have varied in time from 3-6 seconds from infusion begining to pouring starting and overall time at 22-30 seconds. This is keeping the grind settings and grind weight the same (18g for 60ml). I have scales on route so I can measure my output in grams. Once I start with that I may experiment with programming the preset buttons. Anyways it's great to be on hear and there is a vast amount of tips and knowledge to soak up. Thank you for having me Barney I would add picsbut doing this on phone and can't drag and drop selected attachment, pics should be on my profile.
  14. Hi, I've lost, or never had one since new, the cleaning disk for my barista express. I cannot find it anywhere available to buy... Not even on sage website. Is there anyway I can clean my machine without it? Can I replace it with some DIY hack? Thanks.
  15. Hi, I've just bought this machine and I'm looking for compatible water filters. It looks like Sage have updated the machine because my water filter looks completely different from what's on the Sage website: https://www.sageappliances.com/gb/en/parts-accessories/accessories/bwf100uk.html What I have looks more similar to this: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/coffee-accessories-gifts/waterfilter-softener-5513292811 I can't seem to find a filter like this on the Sage website for my maker. Since it's a proprietary filter it'll probably be more expensive than the standard charcoal tables. I can see that Sage sells replacement water filter holders. https://www.sageappliances.com/gb/en/parts-accessories/parts/sp0020024.html https://www.sageappliances.com/gb/en/parts-accessories/parts/sp0020026.html Could I retrofit this into my maker and use old style tables to save on the cost?
  16. I have installed a new 3-Way Olab solenoid but while doing so spotted the elbow pipe has a slight hairline split inside. The machine leaks and I suspect this is the cause. Does anybody have a healthy looking spare, or know where I can find these online.
  17. Where should it be located? Attempting to register the warranty, and maybe I'm going daft in old age but I searched the machine and can't seem to find the white sticker shown in Sage's help page. Wouldn't surprise me if they intentionally make it difficult to find....
  18. Not seen this before: sageappliances.com » the Barista Pro™ Still a bean-to-cup like the Barista Express, but perhaps with upgraded internals? I suspect this may have the SGP grinder, as opposed to the one in the Barista Express (which shares the Dose Control Pro grinder as far as I'm aware). Has anyone used one?
  19. After reading lots of threads regarding the Sage DTP and separate grinder I nearly went for this option but decided that I would opt for the Barista Express as it was £369 which i thought a decent price. The idea is in the long run to then move towards a dual boiler etc but to learn the craft this will at lest give me all i need without taking too much space up in the kitchen.
  20. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-SES875BKS-The-Barista-Express-Machine-Black-Sesame-Integrated-FREE-SHIPPING/323691281764?hash=item4b5d80fd64:g:BPoAAOSwo~dcYiiS
  21. Hi, I received a Sage Barista Express for Christmas, Father Christmas was finally good to me; it has gone on " Clean Me" mode once since then, it has been cleaned once as per instructions and it is now coming to 40Lt use, I'm thinking about changing the ClaroSwiss filter for the first time as per instructions. So, I'm thinking about descaling the coffee machine before changing to the new £14.95 water filter and I have a few questions I hope you clever people can answer for me. Do I leave ClaroSwiss water filter in place while I descale the coffee machine? the instruction manual doesn't mention this step so I'm assuming you leave it on but not sure; Will leaving the water filter on not reduce the effectiveness of the descaling agent? Do you people leave it on or remove it? I live in South Somerset and water is very hard and not going down the bottled water route as trying to cut on plastic; I descale our kettle every other month, that's how hard our water is. Should the coffee machine be descaled as often as that? those of you living in hard water regions, How often do you do it? Any other cleaning and descaling tips you can think of? Too many questions, I know, but keen to get it right. So far very happy with the results ...best coffee I've ever had at home. Thank you for your help.
  22. Hello everybody, I got a Sage Barista Express for Christmas, a massive change from my Aeropress and totally converted to good quality, freshly roasted, freshly ground coffee.
  23. Sage Barista Express - £200 collection from Birmingham, B75 area. Would rather do collection so the buyer can see it working. Anyone interested? I brought this this off a coffee enthusiast for £300 who was a little too enthusiastic in sharing his passion with his family as he brought this for his daughter who used it only a few times..... That was a couple of years ago... Descaled monthly, back flushed weekly... Will also come with a fresh descale & backflush so it will be ready to go. I have tweaked the grinder so it no longer lockes into the designated numbers, meaning this is now a fully strapless grinder & it does work better when trying to dial in. Condition is great for a used machine, a few scuffs here & there but overall really tidy. Only selling due to upgrading. Comes with new Portafilter. Single wall double basket, both single baskets, dosing & cleaning tools etc...
  24. Hi, I’m having problems, specifically with the single shot basket on my Sage Barista Express. I’m hoping someone here can offer some insight, because I’ve drawn a blank. Let me start by saying: - I know the BE isn’t the best of machines, but it’s what I have. I’m just trying to get the best out of it. I can get a really nice, consistent shot from the double basket, with various different beans. I’m using the standard (non-pressurised baskets) I’ve tried various beans, all freshly roasted, from Rave and Pact. I weigh my beans with an accurate scale. I've had the machine a couple of years. It took me a week to get the double shot right, and 2-3 shots to dial in a new bean. I started pulling singles 6 months ago, and I still can't get them consistent. So, to the problem. When I pull a double shot (usually around 20g beans and grind setting of 6-8, depending on bean), the pour starts either right at the end of the low pressure infusion, or just after the high pressure kicks in. It’s a smooth pour, good crema, timings are about right, nice tasting shot, consistent. When I pull a single shot (usually 10g beans, grind setting 6-8 depending on bean): - The pour starts early in the low pressure infusion cycle. It seems to start smooth then, when the high pressure kicks in, it starts to splutter – sometimes seeming to stall briefly. The pour is messy and irregular, and the crema is not as good. The taste is variable. Occasionally, with some beans, I even prefer the taste to that of the double shot. But either way, it’s a noticeably different taste. What I’ve tried: - If I increase the weight of the beans, the machine stalls and pulses If I decrease the grind size (with same weight), it’s the same (shot starts early, then either stalls or splutters) If I decrease the weight of beans, the shot just pours way too quickly. If I decrease the weight and decrease the grind, I end up with a soggy mess of a puck, and the pour isnt much better. It sounds like it might be channelling, but I can’t see any really obvious signs in the puck, and I just can’t seem to fix it. It’s doing my head in. Can anyone offer any ideas?
  25. Hi everyone, I am the proud owner of a new BE and trying to get the setting right for some recently purchased fresh beans. I will try to be as detailed as possible but please bare with me as new to working in such fine measurements! Firstly, the coffee bean is from a local independent coffeehouse - Sangira Burundi Medium Roast 03-01-19 (These come from Union Trade Direct) Never bought fresh beans so a new experience, will start buying online, possibly 'Rave' 1st cup: Grind 7, dial amount set at 3 o'clock grind weight: 18g draw time: 22 seconds (the gauge showed about 1 o'clock after pre-infusion) shot weight: 48g As a note, this only had about 10lbs tamp as would have been lower than the sage razor if any more. 2nd cup: Grind 6, dial amount set at just past 3 o'clock grind weight: 18g draw time: 24 seconds (the gauge showed closer to top end of espresso range) shot weight: 52g As a note, this only had about 15lbs tamp as would have been lower than the sage razor if any more. The 2nd shot had a better crema but I think more bitter - to be honest hard to tell as my taste-buds are shot after having both together I do need to buy some descent scales as didn't realise I would be getting into it this much but addicted now Stanic has given some great advice which I am trying to aim for, 2:1 ratio Now I have something to show hopefully you guys can point me in the right direction. Thanks again, any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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